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Apr 27, 2013 6:30am PDT
and makes the life of both citizens and politicians impossible. >> talk about some of the programs, earlier this week congresswoman diane black a republican from tennessee tweeted this, "under president obama, food stamp enrollment has increased at ten times the rate of job creation." now we know the spending on entitlements entitlements that americans don't trust the government to make the investments. what is the alternative? >> the alternative is we have to figure out how to afford the government we want and want want the government we can afford and that means some consistency. lot of the issue is not with the national debt but our unwillingness on the republican side to pay for it with revenue increases, tax increases and on the democratic side the unwillingness to make some cuts in favor to entitlement programs. we need to do both. president obama in recent months has been offering a compromise saying yes, we will cut some of our favorite programs. you've got to raise some of the revenues on folks you don't want to raise it on. republicans have simply been saying no and then complaini
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